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“Trial by Movie” to Be Offered This Fall As Evergreen Forum Gears Up For New Classes

“Miscarriage of justice is as much a concern to the legal system as is the correct use of the rules,” writes instructor Judy Walzer in the description of her upcoming…

A Two-Person Solution for the New Princeton

Borough Administrator Bob Bruschi and Acting Township Administrator Kathy Monzo will be the Administrator and Deputy Administrator, respectively, of the consolidated Princeton government, effective January 1, 2013. At a joint…

TD Bank Could Move Into Wild Oats Site On East Nassau Street

The future of a stretch of East Nassau Street once known as “gasoline alley” was the focus of a meeting of Princeton Borough Council last Tuesday, July 10. The question…

Rabner: “Recent Improvements” Offset Consumer Reports Hospital Ranking

The University Medical Center at Princeton scored 39th among the 62 New Jersey hospitals listed in Consumer Reports’ (CR) recent (August 2012) “Ratings of Hospital Safety” (consumerreports.org). “Hospitals should be…

Tripping The Light Fantastic For Save

TRIPPING THE LIGHT FANTASTIC FOR SAVE: Friends and supporters of SAVE kicking up their heels at a benefit held at the Fred Astaire Dance Studio in the Princeton Shopping Center.…

Local Man Is Among World War II Veterans Who Were Awarded the Nation’s Highest Honor

It took nearly seven decades, but the valiant efforts of 20,000 African American soldiers during World War II have finally been recognized. On June 27, the Montford Point Marines were…

First Borough, Then Township, Endorse Mayors Wellness Campaign

In response to data showing that 55 percent of New Jersey residents are obese or overweight, along with evidence of the consequences of this widespread obesity, the Borough and the…

New CEO of Planned Parenthood Association Is Ready to Face Challenges in Mercer Area

After living in New York and working at J.P. Morgan on Wall Street for seven years, Debby D’Arcangelo moved with her family to West Windsor and took a job in…

Princeton Hit Hard by Saturday Storm

Saturday evening surely was a dark and stormy night for Princeton; after a day of record heat, a fast-moving, severe thunderstorm rocked the area, leaving power outages and road closures…

Attention Motorists: Rosedale Road Detour, Pool Parking Alert

There were two recent announcements of interest for commuters and other motorists who use Rosedale Road (CR 604), and for those looking for spaces in the Community Park Pool lot.…